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What are your favourite 3rd party libraries or frameworks in python?

I'm keen on learning as much as possible, so if you'd shed some light on what frameworks you like, maybe I might like to learn it too

27th Mar 2017, 7:11 PM
Given
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graphics/gaming: pyglet, pygame networking: urllib.parse, urllib.request data parsing/processing: re, beautifulsoup, openpyxl, sqlite3, xml.etree.ElementTree, json data science: pandas, numpy, matplotlib
27th Mar 2017, 7:36 PM
Kuba Siekierzyński
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Pygame for simple (but nice) game, i love it.
27th Mar 2017, 7:58 PM
Maz
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I know the socket module, scapy, scrapy and urllib, I'm interested in the network field of programming @Maz
29th Mar 2017, 2:03 AM
Given
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Kuba already mentioned most of the important ones (and some I did not know), but I'd definitely add sympy, theano and tensorflow to the list, if you need Python for scientific or machine learning purposes.
27th Mar 2017, 8:37 PM
Tob
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kivy graphics numpy/scipy/matplotlib math/physics
27th Mar 2017, 11:45 PM
Logan New
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First tell us how are you going to use Python. What are your tasks? At the moment your question is meaningless. --- UPD: Looks like the community does not like my initial comment. I'll try to fix this. My recommendation is to take a look over testing frameworks: unittest(built-in), pytest, nose. They can really help you - no matter in which area you are planning to use Python. They helped me to increase my salary for about 30% ))) (This is absolute true). Ok, now I believe you can give me some "likes", guys. )
28th Mar 2017, 9:00 PM
Denis Genov